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Norton Ghost doesn't recognize any drive when in winXP drive but does in win7

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Kapustin Yar, Aug 19, 2010.

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  1. Kapustin Yar

    Kapustin Yar Thread Starter

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    I have two separate drives. C has windows 7 and D has Windows XPsp3. C used to be Windows 98 before I upgraded it to win7. Back then I had Norton ghost 12 in my D drive. Ghost 12 would recognize both the c and d drives.

    When I upgraded the C drive to win7, Norton Ghost 12 didn't recognize the either drive anymore, so to rectify the situation I upgraded to Norton Ghost 15 in both drives.

    Now Norton ghost 15 doesn't recognize either drive when I am in my XP drive but does recognize both when I am in my Win7 drive. I get the following error below.


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    Kapustin Yar Thread Starter

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    I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Norton Ghost 15 using the Norton Removal Tool in my Windows xp drive. Below are the error messages I got.
     

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